If you’ve used any creative software from Adobe in recent years, you know that the company has been experimenting with AI features in programs like Photoshop. However, with the new wave of generative AI, Adobe is jumping on that bandwagon as well, with a new initiative called Firefly.
The first viral use we’ve seen of generative AI was image generation, and Adobe Firefly is in the same category. It is, according to Adobe, a family of generative artificial intelligence tools that it plans to add to its different families of software, including but not limited to Creative Cloud and Adobe Express. The idea behind it is to allow anyone, regardless of their skill or experience level, to easily create content. With Firefly, you can create images, vectors, and much more.
The content that Firefly generates is supposedly safe for commercial use since the first version is trained on Adobe Stock images. In the future, the company also wants to allow graphic designers to train models on their own work, so that Firefly can generate content that perfectly suits the way they work and their personal style.
In the future, Adobe plans to introduce Firefly to its existing set of AI features that are already available in its software. Right now, however, it’s available as a beta version, which you can join today.